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Blake Griffin posed for ESPN the Magazine’s recent body issue. The reason he was chosen was hopefully made clear the second you saw the Griffin photo above (as well as this cover). There’s no cutesy way of putting it – the figure this guy cuts is just absurd. But as it turns out, it doesn’t appear he was baring all of that figure for his shoot.
ESPN The Mag’s Naked Photoshoot Reduced Even The Most Confident Athletes To A Pile Of Nervous Giggles
When posing nude for a magazine shoot isn’t something you do often (and maybe even if it is – believe it or not, we wouldn’t know), the moments before you bare all have to be nerve-racking. This is putting yourself out there in the most basic sense, and even for elite-level athletes, it’s not an easy decision to make.
In an upcoming issue of ESPN the Magazine, there’s an interesting piece about role-reversal: instead of interviewing athletes as they get dressed in the locker room, a reporter is the one who has to talk while he’s naked.
A couple years ago, ESPN the Magazine started producing an annual Body Issue, featuring athletes both male and female posing either without much clothing or none at all. And if you can believe this, an issue featuring nude photos (private parts covered, but still) of well-known athletes immediately became one of the magazine’s biggest hits. So it’s no surprise to hear they’re doing another – and today, the roster of names to be featured in the next body issue was revealed. See all the men and women participating after the jump.
When digging through ESPN’s vast video library, one inevitably finds a few oddities.
ESPN Magazine’s latest nakey athlete anthology, the 2010 Body Issue, hit newsstands officially yesterday, and ESPN.com has some of the pictorial online.
Here are some of the female athletes who will bare all for ESPN Mag’s Body Issue.